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the graduating class presents 

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hahnemann hospital school of nursing 
201 north fifteenth street 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 




we are x 

the sum of many parts 

sometimes interchangeable x. 

always unique 

take one away 

we are not whole 

add another insight 

through knowledge 

and 

the pattern 

shifts and 

rearranges 




/ we have chosen 

nursing as the 
new dimension 
to be absorbed 
into the center 
of our being 




other involvements 

radiate from 

the hospital world 

to the world beyond . . . 

different roles 

are assumed . . . 

and 

we play 

the parts 

with new 

awareness 




McGovern 



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Dear Mrs. Ruster, 

There are those who give little of themselves and what they give is 
given for recognition. And there are those who give wholly of themselves 
and are never recognized. We feel you are in the latter category and so, 
we have decided it is time to give you some recognition. 

But, what do we say to a person who has become our "Mother away 
from home?" How do we say "thank-you" to someone who stood by us 
when we needed her, who has told us when the work-list was in so we 
would remember to sign up. How do we say "we'll miss you," and we 
are getting ready to leave? 

Many nights we yelled and screamed after an extra hard day and you 
ignored our noise, because you understood the tension we felt. You put 
up with a lot — including dirty rooms, and dirty kitchens. Sometimes 
there was a frown, but most times a smile and always a kind word. 

In a few months these halls will be filled with new faces and new 
voices and we will be gone. But we will never forget you and we hope 
that you will never forget our appreciation for you. So in gratitude we 
dedicate this yearbook to you. Thank- You. 







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mary e. schlosser 
R.N., M.S.N. 
director 
school of nursing 



Dear Lisa, Connie, Diane, Margie, Barbara, Renee, Fran, Roseann, Karen, 
Jean, Mary Ann, Colleen, Jocelyne, Valerie, April, Denny, Robin, Margie L., 
Theresa, Kathy, Sue, Mary Ann M., Mad, Lorraine, Becky, Jo Ann, Martha, 
Chris, Eileen, Tracy, Linda S., Maria, Marsha, Sharon, and Frank: 

In September, 1970 we said our first "hello". Now, 1973 is here to usher in 
"goodbye". I have watched your accomplishments with pride. And now I advise 
that you carve your destiny as graduate nurses early. Do not spend your future 
life expiating the mistakes of youth. Let each day contain equal parts of faith, 
patience, courage and work. 

Set yourself tasks that will continue to compel you to exert yourselves. As you 
seek employment, make certain to employ yourself in the continuance of doing 
good and mitigating the sorrow of others. In this way you will surely experience 
life's greatest joys through hope, fidelity, liberality, kindness and rest. 

Live your life that you may be known for two of its greatest virtues, namely 
courage and loyalty. Then you will learn where love should enter in so that those 
around you will recall only your energetic vim, your smiles, your joy. To reach 
the epitomy of success promise that you will fill all newly emerged paths from 
the storehouse of time with service rendered with quiet unselfishness and cheer- 
fulness. Then, procrastination will never rob you of life's greatest entity which 
is time! 

My love goes with you and my prayers that God will guide your actions as 
only He can. 

Au revoir 



Mary E. Schlosser, R.N. 
Director, School of Nursing 




margaret m. gill 
associate director 



Dear Class of 1973, 

It has been a privilege and a pleasure to share your senior 
year with you. I am sorry that I did not have the opportunity to 
know you longer. 

I wish you success and happiness in both your professional 
and personal lives and hope that you will know the satisfaction 
and the joy that accompany service to one's neighbor. 

The nursing profession is fortunate, indeed, to have each and 
everyone of you. 
God bless you, 

Sincerely, 



JPU^jastt&ft.A^ 



Margaret M. Gill, R.N. 
Associate Director 




faculty 



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a profile 

of learning 

consists 

of many parts . . . 

day by day 

good teachers 

fill in the gaps . . . 

cajole . . . 

demand 

a total performance 

from us 



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Afs. Helen Cook, R.N., Micheal Reese Hospital, 
Nursing Level I 




Ms. Violet Stockton, R.N., B.S.. Hahnemann 
Hospital School of Nursing, Temple University; 
Freshman Science Coordinator 



the very first year 
the dialogue 
begins 




Ms. Carol Haracz, R.N., B.S., Wilkes-Barre Gen- 
eral Hospital, Freshman Science Coordinator, 
Pharmacology 



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Ms. Charlotte Mc Carraher, R.N., B.S., Temple 
University Hospital. Temple University; Nursing 
Level I 




Ms. Louise Lobb, B.S.. Beaver College; Nutrition 
Levels, I. II. Ill 




Ms. Kathleen Quinty, R.N., B.S., Philadelphia Gen- 
eral Hospital. Temple I 'rurersit\ ; Nursing Level I 



nursing 

pharmacology 

nutrition 



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a deeper 
committment 
abstracts 
solidify 
every aspect 
of our 
being 
reaches to 
learn 



Ms. Carol Hollshwandner, Assistant Director, 
Medican-Surgical Coordinator 





Ms. Phyllis Karmels, R.N., Assoc. Science, Givennedd- 
Mercy College; Obstetric-Gynecologic Nursing 



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Ms. Mary Jane Maher, R.N., B.S.. Villanova 
University; Nursing Level II; Medical-Surgical 
Nursing 





Ms. Regina Tozar, R.N.. B.S.. Philadelphia (ieneral 

Hospital. I'niversity of Pennsylvania; Nursing Level II; 
Medical-Surgical Nursing 



medical-surgical 
obstetrics 



Ms. Dorene Martin, R.N . Hahnemann School of 
Nursing, Student Health Service 



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Ms. Isabelle Mosig, R.N., B.S., Bryn Mawr Hos- 
pital, Villanoua University; Pediatric Nursing 





Ms. Beryl Richardson, Assoc. Science, 
Temple University; School Librarian 



Ms. Joyce Heacock, R.N., Hahnemann School of 
Nursing, Pediatric Nursing 



pediatrics 
psychiatry 



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objective . . . 
subjective . . . 
we gain 
perspective 
amid the tools 
of our chosen career 




Ms. Trudy Rosenthal, R.N., B.S.N., Medical Col- 
lege nf Virginia; Psychiatric Nursing 




Ms. JudyEnsor, R.N., B.S., Temple University Hos- 
pital, Temple University; Psychiatric Nursing 




Ms. Dawn Hopkins. R X , li S V . Mt Sinai 
Hospital, Neil York. University of l\nn 
s\ I vim i a, Obstetric-Gynecologic Nui 



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the ultimate 
is arriving 
reality 
looms 
we must 
be ready 




Ms. Rosemary Kuzner, R.N., B.S., Hahnemann 
Hospital School of Nursing, Villanova Univer- 
sity; Advanced Nursing Level HI 



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Ms. Carol Potts, R.N., Hahnemann Hospital School 
of Nursing, Villanova University; Advanced Nursing 
Level III 




Ms. Marie Linkewicz, R.N., B.S.N., Hahnemann 
Hospital School of Nursing, University of Penn- 
sylvania; Community Health Nursing 



Ms. Hazelle Zapp, R.N., B.S., Hahnemann Hospital 
School of Nursing, L r niversity of Pennsylvania; Com- 
munity Health Nursing 




Ms. Judy Luckenbill, R.N., AUentown Hospital, B.S.N., 
University of Pennsylvania, M.S.N., University of Penn- 
sylvania; Leadership Skills 




advanced nursing 
community health 
leadership 




Ms. Janet Pohl, R.N.. R.S.N.. Duke University; Leadership 

Skills 



Ms. Mary P. Farmer, Assistant Director, Cur- 
riculum Coordinator 



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Ms. C. Davis 

Registrar 




Ms. R. Schwartz 

Office Staff 




office staff 



for 

this has been 

our world 

for three years 

staffed 

and 

run efficiently 

so that 

we can 

learn 

efficiency 

and 

self-sufficiency 




Ms. D. Ruster 

House Director 




Ms. M. Mc Glinchey 

Office Staff 




Ms. C. Jackson 

Receptionist 



Ms. A. Seymour 

Receptionist 



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class advisor 
miss carol ann potts 



To the Class of 1973, 

In a changing society one must be flexible enough to accept changes 
for the improvement of society and not stymie creativity. As you make 
the transition from student to graduate nurse, it is my sincere hope that 
each of you with continued education and experiences will be able to 
keep pace with changes and advances in medical science and technol- 
ogy. 

During the past three years I was fortunate enough to share many im- 
portant events with you. I have been able to observe changes in perfor- 
mance, maturity, marital and parental status, each intensifying your 
concern for others. 

My best wishes to each of you for continued success and happiness 
in your career and life in general. 






Sincerely, 

CaA^6 /Zr^/ A&J 



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collectively 
and 

individually 
we are in a 
class by 
ourselves 
only a 

heartbeat away 
from everyone who 
went before 
and each who 
comes after 



1975 




L. to R.: Standing — P. Feely, M. Conner, B. Dugan Sit- L. to R.: Standing — H. Kennedy, B. Hoff, D. Gorman, B. 
ting — B. Boston, M. Dougherty, D. Dmytryszyn Henderson, J. Isaacson, L. Decker Sitting — C. Gary, E. Hess, 

L. Sargent 





L. to R.: P. McKelvey, M. Motz, N. Moy, J. Nonn, K. O'Donnell, J. Mull, A. 
Ounsworth 



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1975 



L. to R.: Standing — D. Weber, D. Zeigler, M. Rosenwald, T. Nardello, D. St. John Sitting 
E. Schorn, L. Sargen, N. Soloner, B. Schoer, A. Wyce 



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L. to R.: Standing — N. Melidosian, C. Kovak, F. Jessburger, L. Kus- 
insky, S. Laver Sitting — K. Karp, L. Miller, M. Kemp, K. Hoover 



L. to R.: Back — J. Synder, B. Zug, D. Rosenburg, 
D. Sattin, S. Steam, J. Shuster Front — J. Sch- 
light, K. Quigley, C. Syzdek 



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1975 



L. to R.: Front — B. Burns, G. Berry, R. Campbell Mid- 
dle — B. Beucker, K. O'Connell, C. Blosky, D. Walzcak, J. 
Bedonato Back — P. Butler, M. Brennan, D. Carson, M. 
Brennan 



L. to R.: Sitting — L. Livingston, J. Di Giacinto, L. Mit- 
chell, B. Manzi Standing — N. Moffei, T. Mierzejewski, 
R. Montaque, L. Moat, M. Mores 




L. to R.: Front — A. Hasmovitz, M. Bloom Middle — J. Gallagher, K. Hankins, 
D. Campbell, L. Breiner, D. Baile, J. Gottschall, E. Hagen Back — C. Borgna, 
C. Clark, D. Eagan, N. Farrish, D. Viscusi 



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L. to R.: Sitting — M. Gold, R. Halloran, B. Holt, S. Kane L. to 
R.: Standing — I. Fraim, J. Gaumer, L. Hipp, K. Hull 




1974 



L. to R.: Standing — A. Phillips, S. 
Parker, M. Riddle, M. Palmer, P. Ponas 
L. to R.: Sitting — B. Preminger 



L. to R.: Sitting — V. Mickel, D. Fitz- 
gerald, M. Brennan, S. Lodge, M. Little, 
C. Fellenbaum, P. Aronholt L. to R.: 
Standing — M. Betman, P. Balzano, 
C. Baptiste, C. Massimo 




1974 




L. to R.: Standing — L. Markham, N. Bates, M. Mauer, D. Kilpatrick, S. 
Kleey Sitting — K. Komorowsky, H. Korey, P. Murphy 



L. to R.: Standing — P. Wydra, T. Weiner, G. Vogt, D. Wertheimer, C. Stei- 
muller, C. Schneider, D. Shute Sitting — B. Townsend, N. Turnbull 




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ACTIVITIES 



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student government 
officers 

L. to R.: Standing — R. Cecil, M. Mas 
tantoni, K. Lerch Seated — C. Steinmul 
ler, L. Alexander 




student government representatives 

L. toR.: Standing — C. Kovach, W. Eagens, M. Lulbin, M. Brennan, D. Dmytryszyn, K. Edling, 
J. Motley Middle — M. Brennan, M. Mancus, B. Buecker, M. Kemp Bottom — G. Berkey, P. 
Little, M. Brennan, L. Altieri, K. O'Donnel 




student resident 
councils 

L. to R.: Standing — C. Finney, V. 
Mickel, R. Cecil Seated — C. Chau, P. 
Aronholt, D. Colbert, M. Maur 



library staff 

L. to R.: D. Fitzgerald, D. Wert- 
heimer, R. Cecil, K. Edling, J. 
Galette 



SNAP representatives 

L. to R.: Standing — D. Rose- 
burgh, J. Schuster, L. Living- 
ston, D. Walczak, D. Viscusi, D. 
Baile, B. Zug Seated — H. Ken- 
nedy, M. Bloom, D. Fitzgerald, 
M.Breen, D.Colbert 



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plooo OlflPPTQ Senior: President, M. Breen; Treasurer, Freshman: K. Karp, Treasurer; L. Decker, 

C. Finney; Absent, T. Mannis. Vice Presi- President; K. Quigley, Secretary; M. Mil- 

dent; T. Leinheiser, Secretary ler, Vice President 




Junior: G. Vogt, Secretary; B. Towensend, Treasurer; D. Fitzgerald, President; Vice President, P. Balzano 



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Front, L. to R.: H. Kennedy, R. Kominsky. C. Gary, E. Schorn, Middle L. 
to R.: B. Dugan, C. Kovach, M. Betman, E. Prete, D. VValzak. J. Isaacson, 
N. Turnbull. L. Livingston, Back L. to R.: V. Casella. P. Murphy. -I. 
Gaumer, R. Cecil. L. Moat, P. Balzano. K. Komorowsky 



activities committee 



gift shop committee 




L. to R.: M. Fesco, K. Edling, E. Prete. R Kominsky, L Sobolewski.M Stolar. 



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cheerleaders 

R. Cecil, Captain, L. to R.: 
C. Fellenbaum, M. Mancus, 
Standing: B. Hoff, C. Kovach 




V\Qc1tO^"V\q11 Sitting, L. to R.: R. Kominskv, Captain — M. Lawler, P. Balzano 

UdbKeiUdll Kneeling: D Shut 



ing: U. Shute, S. Parker, M. Butler, B. Towensend, Standing: G. 
Berky, Assist. Coach, N. Farrish, K. O'Donnell, C. Steinmuller. R. Tozar. 
Advisor, A. Levin, Coach 



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L. to R.: Standing — C. Barnes, B. Fischer Middle — M. 
Mancus, M. Betman, M. Lawler, K. Edling, M. Breen, M. 
Stolar Bottom — R. Kominsky, V. Gillman 




Chairman: L. to R.: Top — F. Collins, R. Cecil, R. Smith 
Bottom: E. Prete, M. Lubin 



social events 




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Remember your 1,000 calorie diet. 




If your "Mother" could see me now! 





I didn 't believe it!, cigarette smoking 
stunts your growth. 



Nursing in Mesopotamia . . . 




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the loving and caring 

of a human person 

can be 

sunlight 

and warmth 

to the growth power 

of another human person: 

helping another 

creates 

meaning and hope 

in both persons; 

being sunlight and warmth 

to another's life 

nurtures growth in both 

To this growth we are pledged 



ETHOS 



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obstetrics 

one becomes two . . . 

the termination of pain . . . 

the beginning of life . . . 



"Oh how I wished 
I weighed this again!" 







'Baby, baby can't you hear my heart beat? " 




Homeward bound! 



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"Did somebody say something about a baby? ' 





'Talk about being tied up ' 



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"Wi7/ the real baby 
please stand up?" 



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pediatrics 



Nursing care on a "small" 
scale ... a finger painters 
paradise . . . death knows no 

age . . . 



That 's what I call putting on your thinking cap ' 



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medical-surgical nursing 

A cheerful face . . . fear of the unknown ... a brief 
explanation . . . facing surgery ... a cheerful face . 




"If I teach you how to knit, can I stay in bed?" 



"If I stand here and look busy, maybe 
they'll think I know what I'm doing. " 



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VITAL SIGNS . . . VITAL SIGNS . . . VITAL SIGNS 




"No, sorry, that's only sold on the streets. ' 



'I know it hurts to cough but 



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IENT PSYCHIATRIC UNIT 
' VISITING HOURS 
6jMP.M.-8^30 P.M. 



VI#TIN6 HOURS . 

SAT. AND SUN. 1P.M.- 830 P.M. 



psychiatry 

Knowing what you are NOT 

supposed to say, but not knowing 

WHAT to say . . . the beginning 

of trust ... a crisis solved . . . two 

friends part . . . 




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ACTIVITIES O? 
DAILY LIV\NG 





magee 

Learning to live again . . . slow 
but sure steps ... a new beginning 



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community health 



Health care is a human right . . . the endless 

but not hopeless battle against — loneliness, 

sickness, helplessness and ignorance . . . 




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advanced 
nursing 

Complex nursing care 
. . . the miracle of life 
. . . the disappointment 
of death . . . 





"By the way, did you know that the Eagles lost by 
20 points last night?" 



'The Little Yellow Stream " by I. P. Freely. 



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"Open up your heart and let the sun shine in. 





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Beep! Beep! 




"I hope she 's not watching. " 






'Why did she have to come now? 



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leadership 



'I hope it stays like this all day. " 




Emergence from student to 
professional . . . trial and error . . . 
decision making . . . the birth of a 
new confidence . . . team nursing 
becomes a reality . . . 




'$15.75! But I thought today uas Clover D(Q .'' 



"Move nut! It stheHlC MAX' 



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"All the other guys get pretty nurses!" 





"Don't look now but here comes another pre-med. " 



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"I'm fed up with this mess. 




"Iwouldn 't exactly call this a disaster. 



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rooms 

corridors 

stairs 

night and day 

through the 

changing seasons 

mark our 

exits and 

entrances 



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Waddle Weisz . . . Belly dancing . . . Imita- 
tions . . . Russian bears . . . Diets galore . . . 
The Logan . . . Ketchup queen . . . Gum steal- 
er .. . Movie Hysteria . . . Sings like a dying 
cow . . . ash tray fanatic . . . Hahnemann's 
answer to Mr. Clean . . . Tongue sharp as a 
knife . . . "Who asked you?" . . . Blunt . . . 
Her mouth compensates for her height . . . 
"Can I ask you a question?" . . . long finger 
nails ... "I feel like death took a holiday" 
. . . Won't hold grudges . . . Sensitive and 
would do anything for a friend. 




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Lorraine . . . Baby powder . . . Mouse . . . Fire 
escapes . . . Cafeteria hanging . . . Lemon pies 
. . . TV football games . . . Nurse may I have 
a bandaide . . . Magnified eyes . . . July 22nd 
. . . "Any new dirt?" . . . Chicago Albums . . . 
"BA HO" . . . Stretch Undies . . . Strawberry 
Wine . . . "Hey Mr. Heater Man" . . . Phago- 
cite characters . . . Lip syncing . . . Pebbles 
. . . Room parties . . . Infectious laughter . . . 
Sentimental . . . Good cook . . . Excellent 
listener . . . Hides feelings . . . Understanding. 




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And last but not least the "Liberated Uke", 
. . . Walking coffee cup, . . . guitar, . . . Battle 
of the bulges, . . . Skinny, Minny, . . . 4:30 
p.m. phone calls, . . . "If Lowko calls," . . . 
"Is Ma-ri-a Sto-lahr there?", . . . Wins annual 
cleanliness award, . . . Embroiders 15 min. 
break, . . . "Di-on,", . . . Sunday night — 
"Don't I have the room till 9 p.m.?", . . . 
Green thumb, . . . Only girl I know that takes 
a pillow to bed instead of a guy, . . . Writers 
Cramp X two = one devoted study r freak . . . 
Combination of traditional and modern you 
woman. 




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Sobo, . . . Has a sailor on every ship, . . . Diets, 
. . . Weight Watches, . . . gift shop com- 
mando, . . . Belly dances to James gang, . . . 
How's your mother?, Fine and yours?" . . . 
My name is pronounced "Sobolewski!", . . . 
Hahnemann's answer to an opera singer, . . . 
Put a tab bottle in her hand and she'll sing 
"Never My Love", . . . Chapped leg walk, 
. . . I'll dance at your wedding," . . . Pediculo- 
sis Capitus Queen, . . . "I'm not just another 
pretty face!" . . . Independent, outgoing, 
warm, and someone you can really count on. 




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Miss American Pie . . . Freckles . . . Rod Mc- 
Kuen . . . "My Dennis loves me" . . . Twins? 
Triplets? . . . Pinwheels . . . Reading therapy 
for insomnia . . . Falcons are bombs . . . Pea- 
nut butter and jelly sandwiches x 2 . . . Carrot 
top . . . "Lost my head" . . . Electric curlers 
. . . Mini-mouth 




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Minnie, of "Minnie, Mahoney, and Gomez" 
. . . Dependable ... A twin of May 7th .. . 
Dedicated . . . "Co-chairman" ... A Tarey- 
ton fiend . . . 'Old faithful body cracker . . . 
"Early to bed and hard to rise" . . . Always 
asleep when talked to in bed . . . Caring . . . 
Short — "Could you reach that for me, 
please?" ... A good listener . . . The Three 
Little Chickens," . . . The friend of "The 
Godfather?" 




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Chris? . . . oh, I remember her, she still visits 
once in a while . . . Colitis Kid . . . hang 'em 
low . . . It's not bad Chris, Al will only be 
away for a couple of hours . . . Chris, keep 
looking, you're bed is under there somewhere 
. . . hungry?, you just had an eight course 
meal . . . diet mania . . . compassionate. 




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I'm sure I flunked that test . . . thati puther 
legs . . . red blotches . . . what a treat . . . 
cover girl . . . loved sixth women's . . . another 
aristotle . . . gets Rocky Mountain trots when 
it comes to tests . . . Jim's favorite sidekick 
. . . "Can we think about this for a minute'. 1 " 
. . . "Can I have another M & M for the other 
side?" 




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Where's my roommate? ... I bought a cute 
little DRESS today . . . Baby Food . . . Par- 
gel's BEST customer . . . Who me dance? . . . 
I'll take a nap before dinner . . . Gift Shop 
. . . "Someone walk me to the market" . . . 
cans of soda by the dozen . . . I'm so tired . . . 
Awfully petite . . . hard worker. 




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Dr. Jekyl & Mr. Hyde . . . diet freak ... I'm 

really "p ." "Dancing fanatic?" ... A 

favorite place — the fountain . . . the guzzler 
— she can drink anyone under the table . . . 
"it's clear down there" . . . bubble bath . . . 
Psychology Today . . . capable of accepting 
constructive criticism . . . Sincere and truth- 
full. 




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MAD . . . "I'm always right, even when I'm 
wrong" . . . Spag and balls . . . Obsessive com- 
pulsive . . . Speling Bea Champe . . . "Where's 
Brennie?" . . . Pres. . . . "We just said that. 
Mad" . . . Seabees . . . "Kiss my Deago 
A --!" . . . LGPN ... I better start cramming 
for that final next year . . . Spinada . . . Fri- 
day, December 1st, 6:30 AM . . . Bedroom 
eyes . . . These people can be trained . . . For- 
get the towel, I'll drip dry . . . Ricotta cheese 
. . . Determined personified ... I think that 
plant's in shock . . . Miss Schlosser's on the 
phone . . . Concerned and understanding. 




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Trace . . . Haircuts . . . "Quinty's favorite". 
"Never mind where I bought this" . . . Drunk- 
en Philosopher . . . "Scope & Focus" . . . Eyes 
in the window . . . Exotic dancer . . . 
actress . . . Tom . . . July 29th . . . Spring 
Street . . . Pantyhose and Insulin instruc- 
tions . . . Coffee and Cigarette addict . . . Bull 
headed . . . Grown to accept constructive 
criticism . . . Extremelv sensitive . . . thinker. 




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Mare . . . Funky-chicken champ . . . One 
night stand behind locked doors at the Lo- 
gan . . . "How's your impaction?" . . . What 

really p me off . . . "Oh, I shouldn't 

have said that!" . . . Monday's mad dash to 
class . . . Just wait and see, one day us little 
people are going to run the world, just as soon 
as I lose 10 lbs. . . . Boone's Farm ... ski 
weekends . . . Keith . . . "Don't call me Man- 
cus!!" . . . Very sensitive, warm and giving 
to all. 



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"Don't throw it away, I'll eat it" . . . Wait a 
minute — no never mind . . . Why won't any- 
one go shopping with me . . . Bargin queen 
. . . "Let me tell you why I did that" ... If 
you cut it up into little pieces it's not as fat- 
tening . . . Tetracycline a day keeps the zits 
away . . . "Do you hate it — If you don't want 
it, I'll take it" . . . Barry told me that he's 
a genius . . . Did I make that up . . . Hypo- 
chondriac. 




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Sue . . . Original Shag . . . "Yes. it's really my 
hair" . . . Italian Stallions . . . Facial Contor- 
tions and Dialogue imitations . . . Salt in her 
bed ... "I keep on wanting to go out" . . . 
Chantilly . . . "Guess who I love this week" 
. . . Mustaches . . . Total Hip Operations . . . 
Stubborn . . . Exaggerator . . . willing to lis- 
ten . . . ability to laugh at her shortcomings 
. . . "If everyone else can do it, I can." 







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Fish eyes . . . Kati . . . pinochle . . . piano . . . 
Logan . . . dancing on the window sill . . . 
chant illy lace . . . worry wart . . . Miss 
America 1920 . . . Emmanud . . . Singapore 
slings . . . loves kids . . . one more cigarette 
. . . half a puff??? sugar beans . . . boulder 
dash . . . I'm gonna start my diet tomorrow . . . 
the swimmer . . . everyone's friend. 




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Therese . . . Bookworm . . . TV addict . . . 
Kings and Queens . . . "Just let me sleep two 
more minutes . . . Closet conversations . . . 
"I'm in love with a married man again" . . . 
Hillcrest Dairies ... "I know a guy whose 
name is Mike" . . . pencil dropper . . . Two 
Desks . . . Vodka . . . Pigmy feet . . . "Don't 
make me laugh — polyuria" . . . ICU machine 
Queen ... A lot of guts . . . Kind word for 
everyone . . . Sweet and Quiet?? . . . Enjoys 
debates . . . Congenial. 




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Champ . . . Loganite . . . Marigold . . . Poly- 
uria Polly . . . True Green . . . Loafers and 
knee-socks . . . Ham-bone . . . Modest Millie 
. . . Someday my prince will come . . . Green- 
eyed Lady . . . Shake it. Law . . . Evolving 
strength. 



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Broadway Show Queen . . . "Just wait until 
we take over and lower the doorways" . . . 
Going down the street for a living . . . Same 
to you fella . . . Some people get the elevator 
and some people get the shaft . . . Date-of-the 
month club . . . know any nice Jewish guys? 
. . . 5th floor's Ethel Merman . . . Every 
freshman's big sister . . . "You can see how 
psych comes into this" . . . Self-appointed 
member of any committee . . . Galloping 
gourmet . . . Compatibility award . . . Little 
girls aren't so little . . . My father's the best 
doctor . . . How long have you felt this way? 
. . . "Hey soldier, got any Black Silk Stock- 
ings with seams up the backs for the goils?" 
. . . What she lacks in height, she makes up in 
personality. 




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"Oh Fudd" . . . "Got a cigarette, a dinner, a 
lunch?" . . . Campbell soup doll . . . "How's 
your plantar's wart?" . . . Ex-roommate to 
everyone . . . "Yearbook meeting; somebody 
please come" . . . 5:00 AM Spaghetti break- 
fast . . . Love me . . . Albums . . . Chinese 
accent . . . "Vat are you duing?" . . . Rice 
paddies . . . Ski slope nose . . . "Leave my nose 
alone" ... "I dunno" . . . Downright nice. 




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Apes . . . pinochle . . . blooper . . . shorts 
and "other noises" . . . airhead . . . 'Wanna 
buy a fly'? . . . Super nurse . . . blue meanie 
. . . beautician award . . . zit cream . . . pickles 
. . . human garbage can . . . Insulin lowers 
blood sugar . . . C02 narcosis . . . paranoid 
. . . duck walk ... "I don't want to be per- 
sonal or anything, but what's your hemoglo- 
bin?" . . . 504, left-Clutter City . . . greatest 
coffee in the world. 




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Mr. Gooms ... OR King . . . fed up . . . bour- 
bon on the rocks . . . Louisianna . . . mar- 
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I had the most horrible day today ... I can't 
see, turn on the lights!! ... I can't breathe, 
open the window . . . eating vegetable mush 
for dinner . . . coffee addict ... six o'clock 
comes mighty early, Con . . . Quick, Quick! 
. . . tobogganing at Fernwood . . . Wildwood 
weekends . . . barbequed potato chips . . . 
Sweet Baby James. 




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The Bomb ... I have to gain weight . . . Phone 
for you — AGAIN . . . Latin-American 
Rythms . . . Parley-vous Francuis . . . get 
away from the mirrior ... "I want my mud- 
der" . . . quiet . . . always asleep . . . working 
3-11 . . . colorful clothes . . . Max 




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You Jerk . . . Pray for Barbara's baby . . . 
That's exciting . . . Stephen . . . O.R. Queen 
. . . Barbara Carita . . . Tuna Fisher . . . Black 
Rimmed glasses . . . You, idiot . . . femininity 
plus? . . . All bark, no bite . . . Play therapist 
. . . Loves working in the Gift Shop . . . Never 
shuts up . . . Week-nights, Barb & Harry, 
lounge . . . Doctor's wife . . . Keep it up . . . 




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C. Finney, S.N. . . . 512-22 . . . Pinochle . . . 
Save ya, Jean . . . Coffee, battery acid . . . 
Heating Pad . . . Daily naps . . . Spangler 
. . . Champion whistler . . . Tuna on toast . . . 
Home away from home — Emergency Ward 
- 2 AM . . . Black Russians . . . puffs . . . 
6 AM rooster . . . The lady in green . . . The 
nurse left holding the leg . . . 



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Fudge . . . Logan scene every Tuesday nite 
. . . hyperflexsion of the gluteus maximus . . . 
Shenandoah? . . . Garlic to mozzarello cheese 
. . . pinochle . . . obsessive compulsive 
cleaner . . . "Which way did he go George?" 
. . . English ship . . . Foghorn's Fish . . . Only 
her hairdresser knows for sure . . . 




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Jean Elero S.N. ... I did good! . . . pinochle 
. . . save ME Finney! . . . bubble gum, by the 
gallon . . . Smithville . . . Special Feature: 
Thursday night hairwash . . . cutest little 
lighter . . . "things to do, places to go, and 
people to see" . . . marble mouth . . . mysteri- 
ous long distance phone calls . . . star of stage, 
screen, and Recovery room . . . Forglesnork 
. . . Cold Duck . . . 




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Edinger . . . "This is a truism" . . . Karen 
doesn't live here anymore . . . "/read all about 
it, so don't you worry about it" . . . Stick- 
shift queen . . . Nature woman . . . Plus 4 
edema of the hands and feet . . . Wholesome 
. . . "Richard got 100 in his Embryology" . . . 
Class picnic . . . "Is Karen coming to class" 
. . . Raindrops . . . "My clothes are not con- 
servative" . . . Suzy homemaker . . . Love at 
the gazebo . . . Come-Hither eyes . . . Knit 
one, purl two . . . Rabbit coat . . . Sincere. 




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Girl-Frand . . . Shower cap queen . . . Noon 
phone ritual . . . Pedal pusher pajamas . . . 
Shuda's sandwich . . . "Who's in the hospital 
now?" . . . Sarcastic, ME? . . . "Yeah, I'm 
sensuous allright" ... "I finally got a pair of 
pants that fit me!" . . . Annoyed? ME? . . . 
Wildwood lighter . . . What brand of cigs 
this week? . . . Chocolate Chips . . . Deadpan 
stare ... A lion with a kitten heart . . . Gyp- 
sey and Jimmy Durante rolled into one . . . 
Hiatal Hernia . . . Dove. 




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Dr. Cecil — Resident Psychiatrist . . . Deal 
with it . . . Goodfoot . . . Gaudenzia . . . 
Twinkletoes . . . Neuman Queen . . . Cheerios 
with chocolate milk? . . . Express yourself . . . 
You goin' up the street . . . Sinatra, My Way 
. . . Your mother's on the phone . . . "I'm 
Sure" . . . Super Fly . . . 45's . . Renee, SRC 
duty again? . . . Man, 
Local, vocal minority . 
. . . Scrabble ... A subculture's answer to 
success . . . When Renee loves, She really 
loves . . . 



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Breems . . . Queen of the Logan ... "I can't 
handle it" . . . Look how much meat you left 
on those bones" . . . Have you talked to your 
plants today? ... I could tell you were a 
Scorpio by your eyes . . . "i got bad vibes in 
there" . . . "It all goes back to your oral stage" 
... "I finally cut my hair, but I refuse to 
shave my legs" . . . "You have to see the other 
side, too" . . . Cancer eyes . . . Super saver 
sweater . . . Black coffee . . . "Got any gum?" 
. . . Old lady shoes . . . sensitive, perceptive 




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Dinney . . . Diets . . . Exercise . . . Baked Po- 
tato with sour cream and chives ... St. 
John's and Harry's ... "I feel like last weeks 
trash" . . . Beer . . . AlphaKeri . . . The shore 
. . . Moo . . . Bad ear . . . PLUG . . . Former 
LPN . . . "Lock yourself in" . . . Baron's Cas- 
tle .. . Blessing's answering service . . . "As 
funnv as a brain tumor" . . . Who! Who! . . . 




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Quiet . . . Sarcastic . . . Moody? or just plain 
"Crab" ... A distinctive walk . . . "That just 
isn't me, I can't do that" . . . Reading Time 
magazine on Tuesday afternoons . . . Vodka 
and Orange Juice . . . "Val, you just don't 
seem to understand I have a test tomorrow" 
. . . Dances only to Peace Train . . . "Lawler, 
get out of my room" . . . "Do you have a cig- 
arrette, I forgot mine" . . . Going to Benny's 
for breakfast, lunch and dinner . . . Snap out 
. . . Medication's Queen . . . Empty shelves 
. . . "I'm not going down the street tonight, 
or ever again." . . . 



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Spastic . . . sensitive . . . witchy woman . . . 
artistic . . . mushrooms . . . tuesday night 
barmaid . . . serious . . . ortho . . . wood street 
. . . neuro scrub queen . . . tempermental 
. . . o.t. . . . stubborn ... a libra . . . frizzy hair 




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let alone to stop. 



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BEST WISHES AND CONGRATULATIONS 
TO THE "CLASS OF '73" 



FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF 
NURSING SERVICE of 
HAHNEMANN MEDICAL COLLEGE 

AND HOSPITAL 



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CONGRATULATIONS FROM 



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CONGRATULATIONS 



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Best Wishes to the 

Class of 1973 

from the 



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NURSES 
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 



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EAST MONT DESIGN AND LANDSCAPE CO. 


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BEST WISHES 


Good Luck To The 


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Class of '73 


DEAN and VICE PRESIDENT 


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Philadelphia, Pa. 


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Class of '73 


G. CIANCI 


MR. AND MRS. FRANK COLLINS 





PATRONS 



Kirk Bailey 

Lee Ann Bailey 

Chantal Bastien 

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Carita 

Josephine Caterio 

Mr. & Mrs. Alvin Cecil, Sr. 

Congratulations Renee 

& Class of '73 
Congratulations Renee 

& Class of '73 
Gene Ennis 
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